African leaders demonstrate commitment and action to address climate change

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Marrakech, Morocco, 16 November, 2016 – African Heads of State and Government marked Africa Day in the Africa Pavilion at the UNFCCC 22nd Conference of Parties (COP22) today with focused and strategic discussion on the ratification and roll out of the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the key continental initiatives to support member states’ efforts.

Africa Day: Moving from Commitment to Action with NDCs in Africa (Joint Media Advisory)

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What:

The Africa Day at COP22 will be commemorated on Wednesday, 16 November, 2016 at the Africa Pavilion and UNFCCC side event. The day provides a platform that brings together African leaders and policymakers into a dialogue to chart a course regarding implementation of the Paris Agreement. Africa Day will therefore serve as an opportunity for the continent to discuss and showcase how it plans to sensitize, advocate for the ratification and roll out the implementation of the Paris Agreement. In addition, it will present a platform for supporting and coordinating the African initiatives for the implementation of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).

Where:
Africa Pavilion and UNFCCC Side Event, Blue Zone, COP22, Marrakech.

Implementation of the Paris Agreement in Africa: MESA Services and future resilient Policies and Strategies

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Invitation to attend ACMADA MESA Side event at COP22
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Implementation of the Paris Agreement in Africa: MESA Services and future resilient Policies and Strategies
ACMAD MESA side event at COP22

When:
17 November 2016, 16:00-17:30,

Where
Salle 01 at Africa Pavilion Marrakesh

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